Tacitus is the second-youngest Primordial, and is on par with Diomedes in terms of esoteric nature. Whereas Vugor embodies raw strength honed through ceaseless battle, Tacitus represents martial perfection through constant training. Always wandering alone, those who cross his path rarely know who they have seen. His taciturn nature seems intrinsic; there have been no records of any dispute between he and his brothers. Rather, it appears that his commitment to balance in all things has led him to a life of solitude. When a mortal, who has somehow found him, has proven to have achieved this balance, Tacitus will offer a few words of wisdom which often grant a long life of happiness and perfect discipline. His symbol is a prostrate robed figure. He appears as a tall (6’) bald man of extremely lean build wearing a grey robe.